Can’t start the computer at all, and the problem occured possibly due to a voltage fluctuation caused by a wifi adapter. Checked for anything that could short-circuit or intervene the mobo from working correctly, unluckily found nothing.
While starting up the computer, even before I could enter into BIOS, i get the error message: ‘USB device over current status detected will shut down in 15 seconds’, and it shuts down. The problem as I mentioned, occured due to using a usb Wi-fi adapter. edit: it was plugged into the back of the computer, no hubs used meanwhile.
BIOS has been reseted already(cmos battery removal, clear jumper, check ports’ connections on the mobo for signs of deformation or defunction, front usb control cable removal, check if anything else could be intervening, undusting), but i get the same error message.
I can’t enter into BIOS, so there’s no chance to disable anything from there.
The faulty adapter has been since removed, and I wouldn’t want to really use it in the future, just want to make my mobo to work again. (sidenote: even pondering to desolder the usb ports, but unsure if it would do the trick) Now I am trying to gather more knowledge about power surge protection and its reseting. Any advices or ideas if it’s the right approach?
The motherboard specs: msi z270 gaming m7
(seems unrelevant, but OS is: windows 10)